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A U.S. wheat penny is a form of currency that was used from 1909 to 1956. It differs from the pennies used in circulation today due to the two stalks of wheat that decorate the back of the penny and the fact that they we... More »

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Wheat pennies from 1924 are not particularly rare; they are in fact quite common. The Philadelphia Mint released over 75 million wheat pennies in 1924; this figure does not reflect pennies that were not released into cir... More »

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The primary factors that affect the value of a wheat penny are the rarity and condition of the penny. Some wheat pennies have unusual qualities that increase their value. More »

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As of 2015, U.S. wheat pennies are worth anywhere from 3 cents to over $10, depending on the condition of the coin. Wheat pennies are still readily available in circulation, but are still worth more than their face value... More »

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Indian head pennies are 1-cent coins that were issued by the United States Mint as currency between the years of 1859 and 1909. The 1891 issue of the penny trades for relatively high prices among coin collectors, as very... More »

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A 50.000 Mark German banknote issued in 1922 is not particularly valuable as a collectible, and it has no face value as an obsolete form of currency. The period in 1922 saw the rise of inflation and hyperinflation in Ger... More »

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The primary factors that affect the value of a wheat penny are the rarity and condition of the penny. Some wheat pennies have unusual qualities that increase their value. More »

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